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MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY — Two libraries in Midtown and Hell’s Kitchen are set to reopen for grab-and-go service in September, the New York Public Library announced Monday, adding to the list of branches that are resuming physical services after shutting down in March at the height of the city’s coronavirus outbreak.
The(742 10th Ave.) and the (446 3rd Ave.) are two of the 20 neighborhood branches that will host grab-and-go service starting Tuesday, Sept. 8.
Those 20 branches represent the third round of the NYPL’s phased reopening, after the system opened eight branches on July 13 and 22 more on Aug. 3. There will now be 50 branches citywide open for pickups and returns.
All visitors and staff will still be required to wear masks, physically distance from others and adhere to capacity limits. Small portions of the physical library space will open for